Jack, Johnnie And Coke Recipes

Jack, Johnnie And Coke Recipes

Jack Daniels is a whiskey well-known amongst drinkers and non. Known for its flavors, smooth and fruity with a woody aroma, this whiskey is famous indeed! As famous s JD, this Johnnie walker has its own fame as well. A Scotch whiskey with intense flavors. 

What way can these be enjoyed when combined with the most loved soft drink, coke? Here are some ways to try. 

1. Jack & Coke Popsicle 

Not for kids! Only for the kids at heart. 

Ingredients :

Preparation :

  1. Use a  Popsicle mold to make the Popsicles. 
  2. Put 0.5 oz. Jack Daniels in each container. 
  3. Add 2 oz. coke in every mold then stir. 
  4. Put the cover of the molds and on top of it, use an aluminium foil to cover even more. 
  5. Using a knife, prick a hole so that you can put the sticks on each mold. 
  6. Put the sticks and pop in the freezer for about 4 hours or until frozen. 
  7. When serving, just unmold and enjoy! 


2. Jack & Coke Slushies

Beat the heat with refreshing slushies and feel the booze hidden within! 

Ingredients :

Preparation :

  1. In an ice cube tray, pour coke and pop in the freezer. 
  2. When frozen, put in a blender together with Jack Daniel and blend until smooth. 
  3. Garnish with lime. 


3. Johnnie Walker Black - Soda Cocktail

Ingredients :

  • 1 ½ oz Johnnie Walker
  • 7 oz. coke
  • Ice
  • lemon slice for garnish

Preparation :

  1. In a rocks glass with ice, put whiskey and coke. 
  2. Garnish with a slice of lemon and enjoy! 


Know Your Ingredients

  • Johnnie Walker - a famous scotch whiskey 
  • Coke- a well-known carbonated soft drink 
  • Lemon - yellow citrus fruit

Bar Accessories

  • Rocks glass - also known as old-fashioned glass
  • Ice cube tray  - used for making ice
  • Blender - use to make slushies or smoothies
  • Popsicle mold - a pre-made mold used for making popsicles

Discover new flavors that will go well with a good bottle of whiskey and a refreshing can of coke. 



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